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Repulse Bay Visual Art Museum - CLOSED

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Repulse Bay Visual Art Museum - CLOSED

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hop B104 - Shop 305, The Pulse, No.28 Beach Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong China
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Causeway BayMass Transit Railway (MTR)62 min
Tin HauMass Transit Railway (MTR)64 min
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$215.00 per adult
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vvienjjjj wrote a review Jul 2016
Singapore, Singapore197 contributions25 helpful votes
It was fun, albeit rather pricey. Comparing it to trick eye museum, I would say that this is in a much smaller scale. Staff tells you the best position and poses to do at each mural. They would be glad to help you to take your photo too. Without knowing, we ended up finishing the whole museum in a short time. Given the price, I expect the scale of the museum to keep us occupied longer than this. We went on a Tuesday afternoon, hence it was not crowded.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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Daniela S wrote a review Apr 2016
London, United Kingdom59 contributions19 helpful votes
I ve never been the only person in a museum, as i also woulnd call this a museum maybe a exhibition?! Anyway its a great place to visit and you can def have fun here, especially the little ones!!
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Date of experience: April 2016
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Elaine T wrote a review Feb 2016
London, United Kingdom78 contributions33 helpful votes
Downstairs in the shopping precinct area at this beach is a surprising exhibition of large murals, and you can place yourself in them! Such fun. The staff will explain the best position to stand in, and take your photo too.
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Date of experience: January 2016
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DidiinHK wrote a review Jan 2016
Hong Kong, China41 contributions59 helpful votes
too much people, cannot take photos properly, drawings are badly done, for 160$ per adult it is way too expensive. staff is annoying always talking too you, I had to tell them to stop, so I could have some times with my family. Don't waste your time, stay in the beach it s free.
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Date of experience: January 2016
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ivyursula wrote a review Nov 2015
Hong Kong, China1,076 contributions88 helpful votes
Lack of direction/signage can be found for the entrance of the museum, which is actually situated at the end of The Pulse, next to Market Place. Trust they should have better control of tour groups, because we were unable to take photos with some 3D pictures. Nevertheless, most of their staff are so helpful and friendly, and always offer assitance to take few photos for us. Besides, one of our reasons we went there because of the Little Prince’s media booth. However, we didn’t know that it will be an extra charge and no price list couldn’t be found neither. We asked the staff at the entrance of the booth, she told us it costs $100 for 1 photo, and it was quite expensive.
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Date of experience: November 2015
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